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- Jeong, Jinsuk; Kim, Jongkeun; Lee, Sangin; Kim, Inho
- Annals of animal science 2015 v.15 no.3 pp. 699-710
- piglets, etc ; Bacillus subtilis; Lactobacillus acidophilus; backfat; body weight; dietary supplements; farrowing; fat thickness; feed intake; growth performance; lactating females; lactation; parity (reproduction); pregnancy; probiotics; reproductive performance; sows; weaning; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... The impacts of probiotics supplementation on reproduction performance and noxious gas emission in sows was evaluated in an experiment with a total of thirty sows (second-parity), from 4 weeks prior to farrowing, to day 21 of lactation. The gestation and lactation diets of sows were supplemented with probiotics containing Bacillus subtilis (1.2 × 107 cfu/g) and Lactobacillus acidophilus (1.15 × 106 ...
- Ocłoń, Ewa; Zubel-Łojek, Joanna; Latacz, Anna; Pierzchała-Koziec, Krystyna
- Annals of animal science 2015 v.15 no.3 pp. 667-679
- piglets, etc ; females; gene expression; glucose; homeostasis; hyperglycemia; landraces; messenger RNA; metabolism; resistin; signal peptide; sodium chloride; streptozotocin; white adipose tissue; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... Previous data strongly indicated that resistin, an adipocyte-derived signalling peptide, plays an important role in metabolism and glucose homeostasis. Thus, the aim of the present study was to examine changes in synthesis and concentration of resistin in white adipose tissue in response to hyperglycemia in piglets. In order to develop hyperglycemia, piglets (10-week-old, Polish Landrace fatteners ...
- Rekiel, Anna; Więcek, Justyna; Batorska, Martyna; Kulisiewicz, Józef
- Annals of animal science 2015 v.15 no.2 pp. 271-287
- piglets, etc ; attitudes and opinions; birth weight; fetal development; lipid content; malnutrition; meat; muscle development; muscle fibers; muscles; neonates; nutrition; pork quality; postnatal development; postpartum period; quantitative traits; scientists; sensory properties; slaughter; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Piglet birth weight is determined by the maternal environment, intrauterine crowding, and nutrition, which influence embryonic and fetal survival and, as a result, fertility. The internal environment regulates prenatal myogenesis and muscle fibre number nutritionally and hormonally. The growth and metabolic differentiation of muscle fibres take place during the postnatal period. The effect of intr ...